Upcoming Events At Cardigan

Feb. 17 – Western Day
Feb. 18 – Rainbow Day
Feb. 18 – Badminton Club (GIRLS)
Feb. 23 – Badminton Club (Boys)
Feb. 24 – Pink T-Shirt Day (Anti-Bullying)
Feb. 25 – Badminton Club (Girls)
Feb. 26 – Collaborative Team Day (NO CLASSES)
March 9 – Report Cards Home
March 10 – Parent Teacher Interviews (PM)
March 11 – PT Interviews AM/PD pm (NO Class)
March 18 – March 24 – March Break
March 25 – Good Friday (NO CLASSES)
March 28 – Easter Monday (NO CLASSES)

Pink Shirt Day

Pink Shirt Day, February 24, 2016 …
“Kindness is one size fits all”
Everyone is encouraged to openly express that “Kindness is one size fits all”. We all have the capacity to spread kindness and that is the underlying philosophy behind the antibullying movement: a movement and philosophy that we hope lives year round beyond Pink Shirt Day. After all, kindness never goes out of style. Students and staff are encouraged to wear pink in support of anti-bullying on Wednesday, February 24th.

Winter Fun Week

Our Winter Fun Week kicked off at Cardigan with a Pancake Breakfast
Tuesday morning for all students. This tasty treat was prepared by our Homeand School. Each student also received one free milk, courtesy of
the School Milk Program. Thefollowing is a list of activities for the
week:
Wed., Feb. 17 – Western Day.
Students are encouraged to dress inwestern clothing; i.e. cowboy hat,
boots, shirt, etc.)
Thurs. Feb. 18 – Rainbow Day.
Everyone dress in as many colors as possible.
Friday, Feb. 19 – Fun Activities
Organized stations will be set up from 1:00-2:00 for all classes.

Camp Seggie Trip

On Friday, June 19th, Rain or Shine, our School will be travelling to Camp Seggie in Rice Point Area for our end of the year trip. The buses will leave the School immediately upon arrival and head to Camp Seggie (1 hour plus drive). The buses will leave Camp Seggie at 2:30 p.m. Only students in Grades 3-6 are allowed on the waterslide once they pass the lifeguard test. Only Grade 5 and 6 students can go in the deep end of the pool, and only if they pass the lifeguard test.
Students will need to bring the following items:
– Sunscreen and Hat (Parents please have sunscreen already on your child when they come to school)
– Bug Spray
– Bathing suit and towel (Please have your child come to school with their swimsuit on)
– Sneakers (for climbing wall and games)
– Water bottle
– Warm clothing (if the day is overcast or cool)
– Rain gear if there is a possibility of rain

A grant has been received by the school that will cover all costs; i.e., admission, food and transportation.

Upcoming Events

May 20 – Art Night with Maurice Bernard (Painting)
May 27 – Art Night with Maurice Bernard (his choice)
May 27 – Zone Track & Field Meet
June 1 – Welcome to Kindergarten
June 2 – Interviews by Request
June 5 – Kindergarten Orientation
June 19 – Camp Seggie End of Year Trip
June 22 – Grade 6 Trip
June 23 – Rain date for Grade 6 Trip
June 25 – Grade 6 Closing
June 26 – Last Day of Classes for students

Upcoming Events

April 22 – Earth Day
April 23 – Grade 6 meeting
April 25 – Provincial Badminton Meet
April 30 – Spring Photos Rescheduled
May 1 – PEITF Annual Meeting (NO CLASSES)
May 11 – Babysitting Course (2:15 – 5:30)
May 13 – Babysitting Course (2:15 – 5:30)
May 18 – Victoria Day Holiday (NO CLASSES)
June 1 – Welcome to Kindergarten
June 2 – Interviews by Request
June 5 – Kindergarten Orientation
June 25 – Grade 6 Closing
June 26 – Last Day of Classes for students